Frilled Shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus)
When you hear the name “frilled shark,” lace and doilys come may come to mind. But this shark species gets its name for its frilly-looking gills, captured in this rare footage in 2007. With its 300 rows of needle-like teeth, the shark snags soft-bodied squid and fish in the deep. How it attacks prey is not known.